Swede Daniel Andreasson has been tickling our fancy with his particular brand of clandestine techno and world-weary electronica since 2009. Here he makes an appearance on Frak’s long-running Borft label. Pressure ticks a number of boxes. While there’s plenty of loopy, atmospheric techno – see the title track and the winding, woozy, slightly psychedelic “100 Hours” – the EP’s strongest moments are arguably those where he takes a slightly stranger path. Opener “Inside” – a kind of dark ambient piece interspersed with a distant bassline and occasional heavily filtered rhythms – is particularly special, while closer “Nov 41” is a near perfect chunk of slowed-down Detroit futurism.